Photo Flash: In Rehearsal for SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS at Theatre for a New Audience

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Rehearsals began Tuesday, October 11th, at Polonsky Shakespeare Center, 262 Ashland Place, for Theatre for a New Audience's New York premiere of Servant of Two Masters by Carlo Goldoni, adapted by Constance Congdon from a translation by Christina Sibul and featuring Steven Epp. Directed by Christopher Bayes, The Servant of Two Masters begins previews Sunday, November 6, at 7:30pm for a Wednesday, November 16, opening. The run is scheduled through Sunday, December 4. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the company in rehearsal below!

Performing in The Servant of Two Masters are Liam Craig (Brighella), Aidan Eastwood (Waiter), Steven Epp (Truffaldino), Andy Grotelueschen (Pantalone), Eugene Ma (Silvio), Jacob Ming-Trent (Dottore), Orlando Pabotoy (Florindo), Adina Verson (Clarice), Liz Wisan (Beatrice), Sam Urdang (Waiter), and Emily Young (Smeraldina). Christopher Curtis and Aaron Halva play original music.

Written in 1745, The Servant of Two Masters is one of the great dramatist Carlo Goldoni's most popular plays, preserving in scripted form the antic energy, ribald humor and improvisational immediacy of commedia dell'arte.

The creative team includes set designer Katherine Akiko Day, costume designer Valérie Thérèse Bart, lighting designer Chuan-Chi Chan, Sound Designers Charles Coes and Nathan A. Roberts, original music by Christopher Curtis and Aaron Halva, hair and makeup designer Dave Bova, properties supervisor Eric Reynolds, fight director Rick Sordelet, casting director Deborah Brown, and production stage manager Sonja Thorson.

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Photo Credit: Gerry Goodstein

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